Scuba diving Turtles in Phuket. Dive Turtles in Phuket

Scuba diving Turtles in Phuket. Dive Turtles in Phuket

Scuba diving Turtles in Phuket. All dive sites with Turtles in Phuket

Turtles are among the best loved of sea-dwelling creatures. It's an amazing experience to come face to face with a sea turtle while diving. With their cute little faces, intricate patterns on their shell and the way they move so gracefully through the water, you'll find yourself mesmerised, dazzled and wanting more. There are seven species of sea turtle: the green, loggerhead, hawksbill, flatback, Kemp's ridley, olive ridley and the leatherback, all of which are listed under the Endangered Species List. Once you come face to face with a turtle you'll quickly find yourself looking for dives so you can hang out with them again. Phuket is the gateway to the best scuba diving in Thailand. Phuket Thailand has an impressive variety of diving available; the marine life is truly outstanding. There are dive sites for all levels of divers and to suit all tastes from wreck dives, coral reef dives, wall dives and many more. Apart from diving Phuket there are so many Phuket day trips to places like James Bond Island from the James Bond movie "The Man With The Golden Gun" or to bamboo island Phuket the setting for the Hollywood movie "The Beach". Scuba diving in Phuket continues year round with the best conditions being in the high season of November to April, with the absolute peak conditions being towards the end of this period. In low season the weather is less predictable, featuring more rain and choppier seas. The water temperatures range from 26°C (January and February) to 30°C (May and June). In March and April there might be unpredictable termoclimes that might drop the temperature a few degrees, but only for a short while. Most divers wear a thin full-length wetsuit for protection..

Shark Point (Hin Musang)

"Shark Point (Hin Musang)" - Corals, Drift Dive, Turtles - Krabi, Phuket, Thailand - Phuket

The best drift dive site to encounter reef sharks, turtles, octopus and colorful corals.